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The Work Hazards of Being a Sex Toy Reviewer: Prostate Play Edition

Prostate orgasms are fucking amazing, and that’s kind of a problem. You see, I used to be content with the orgasm that a regular wank would produce for me, but after experiencing my first shaking Aneros “super orgasm” (NSFW!) a few months ago, I found myself chasing the dragon of the super orgasm a little […]

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3 Quick and Easy Fake Cum Recipes

3 Quick and Easy Fake Cum Recipes – How to Make Fake Cum In Your Kitchen

I love cum. There, I said it. As a gay man, there’s nothing more arousing to me than a cock shooting cum – preferably a lot of it. However, the human body is only capable of producing so much semen; I can’t expect my partner (or myself) to produce massive cumshots every single time. Sometimes […]

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I Got a UTI Because I Didn’t Wash My Sex Toys Properly

As I’m writing this blog, my penis is stinging like a fucking scorpion and I have an uncomfortable and never-ending urge to pee. My bladder feels like someone is squeezing on it and my urethra seems like it’s about to split at the tip. I haven’t been able to masturbate for nearly a week, and […]

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Urethral Sounding – A Guide to This Extreme Fetish

I won’t lie to you; sounding is not for the faint of heart. When it comes to the long and eclectic list of sexual fetishes, urethral sounding is one of the more risky and dangerous sexual activities out there, but that’s exactly why so many people love it! The taboo and thrill of penis sounding […]

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Sex Toy Storage 101: How to Store Your Sex Toys

Before you purchase a sex toy, you naturally lust after the sexual pleasure it’s going to give you. You read about how big it is, how many vibration settings it has, and how it’s going to produce otherworldly orgasms inside your body. One thing that you might gloss over, however, is sex toy storage. Why […]

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Dangerous Sex Toy Materials 101

There are still no government regulations when it comes to sex toy materials. The vast majority are labeled with a disclaimer “for novelty use only” and are not evaluated at all by the FDA for safety[1]. That means it is up to you to know what materials are dangerous and what to avoid. This usually means […]

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A Rabbit Afraid of K-Y Warming Jelly

6 Studies That Put K-Y Under The Microscope

The last time I was at Smitten Kitten I talked to one of their SESAs (sex educator sales associates) about lube.  When I asked what he thought about brands like K-Y his response was an “Oh we hate K-Y here”, then gave me their lube safety pamphlet.  After reading it, I was inspired to do some research […]

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